They say that those who can't do, teach.
And if that's true, we don't want to do anything ever again.
Because there is now an abundance of teaching positions available in Hawaii, one of the happiest (and most beautiful) states in the U.S.
Um, sign us up?
Due to a wave of Baby Boomers retiring from their teaching positions in Hawaii this coming fall, the Department of Education in Hawaii is now vetting millenials from U.S. cities like Dallas, Chicago, Newark, New York City, Portland, and Los Angeles to fill approximately 1,600 positions.
The annual salary ranges from $35,324 to $63,665, in addition to a potential $3,000 annual bonus for positions in certain rural areas of the state.
They're specifically looking for teachers in special education, secondary mathematics, and secondary science, but clearly, they're desperate for a wide range of positions.
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal, right?
The only real negative to the whole thing is the extremely high cost of living in Hawaii. Which, as New Yorkers, we are certainly no stranger to. We think we could handle it.
So, if you're interested, check out the Department of Education's website for more information on applying.[via Thrillist] [Feature Image Courtesy CatchaThrill.com]